Fundamental research leading to improved endocrine therapy for breast cancer.

  • W. R. Miller
  • Published 1987 in Journal of steroid biochemistry


Whilst endocrine therapy has a long-established role in the management of patients with advanced breast cancer, current therapies produce remission in, at best, only between 30 and 40% of cases. The most efficient use of hormonal measures therefore requires the accurate identification of individuals with hormone-responsive tumours. Oestrogen receptor… (More)


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